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No. 221 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge, was organized in June, 1864, through the efforts of Daniel R. Sortwell, who at that time had just moved into Ward Three from Somerville. The first board of directors consisted of Daniel R. Sortwell, Joseph H. Tyler, John N. Meriam, Charles J. Adams, Thomas Cunningham, Israel Tibbetts, and Joseph A. Wellington. Daniel R. Sortwell was elected president, and John C. Bullard cashier. The bank opened for business August 1, 1864. The board, as first elecwell Stone, the assistant of Mr. Slocomb, succeeded him, and served until her death in 1889, Mr. William E. Lloyd being then elected. Among those who have served as trustees of the bank appear the names of Moses Clarke, Knowlton S. Chaffee, Joseph H. Tyler, Isaac F. Jones, John H. Leighton, William Hunnewell, John Conlan, Edward W. Bettinson, Thomas S. Hudson, John M. Tyler, Daniel R. Sortwell, Israel Tibbetts, and Enos Reed. The present board of officers is: president, John C. Bullard; vic